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T-short biography

t-Short is the first music band from Romania that has adopted dance genre. Also, from the first album, they took the nickname of "Love Messengers". They are from Bucharest and founded the band in October 1994. In 1995 came their first hit, called "Noapte de Vis" (Dream Night). They were discovered by "The New Generation Foundation", which has helped them to assert themselves on the Romanian musical market and to issue their first album in June 1996 ("Noapte de Vis" (Dream Night)). It sold over 100,000 copies (official ones). A national concert tour followed imediatly. t-Short was also the first Romanian dance band to appear on a foreign television, MCM France, with the song "Noapte de Vis" (techno remix). The next four years were the most successfull for the band, who started to produce its own materials. In 1997 they released a maxi-single called : "Aripi sa pot zbura" (Wings so I can fly). t-Short's second album, entitled "Enigma Nopţii" (The Enigma of the Night), was promoted by a humanitarian concert on a stadium. In 1998 they were among the first Romanian dance bands to be present in the Mamaia Songcontest Festival with the song "Te Rog Nu Pleca!" (Please, Don't Go!). Also, the song "Spune-Mi" (Tell Me) was nominated at the Ballantines prizes, in "the best dance band" category. In 1999 t-Short has released an extended play called "Millenium". The best song on this E.P. was "Esti ca un inger ("You're like an angel"). In 2000 t-Short has released a third album, entitled "Ochii Tăi" (Your Eyes), produced by A&A Records. In 2005 two of the three original members of the band (the third being left permanently in the U.S.) have decided to sing again under the t-Short name. Also, they began to introduce short ballet and theatrical moments in their performances, in order to bring more artistic originality to their love songs. Their new album, entitled "Nimeni Nu Ne Va Despărţi" (Nobody Will Tear Us Apart) was released on 16 December 2006 in Râmnicu Vâlcea.

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